If you’re feeling down or burnt out, it might be time to get back into nature. According to Niels Eék, psychologist and co-founder of mental wellbeing and self-development platform Remente, spending time in nature may be the key to good mental health. “Several researchers have looked into the health benefits connected to spending time out in nature. One study specifically, which was recently published in BioScience Journal , found that daily exposure to nature can, among other things, help reduce feelings of stress and even improve your self-esteem, for up to seven hours. Reconnecting with nature can also help you become more mindful and present in the moment,” Eék said in a statement. Related : How to Plan a Vacation That Will Actually Leave You Relaxed, According to an Expert Moreover, a study from the University of Michigan suggests that being in nature not only improves your mood for the time, but also has positive long-term effects when it comes to depression and memory, as well as decreasing the risk of certain cancers and high blood pressure. So what should you do to boost your mental health effectively in nature? Well, there is always camping, biking and hiking, but […]

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